References of "Silga, Janine 50023924"
     in
Bookmark and Share    
See detailLes conditions d'accueil des demandeurs de protection internationale
Silga, Janine UL

in Chaouche, Fatima; Gerkrath, Jörg; Silga, Janine (Eds.) et al Droit d'Asile au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg - Guide pratique (in press)

Detailed reference viewed: 49 (11 UL)
See detailLa détermination de l'âge des jeunes demandeurs de protection internationale
Silga, Janine UL; Anibaldi, Johnny

in Chaouche, Fatima; Gerkrath, Jörg; Silga, Janine (Eds.) et al Droit d'Asile au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg - Guide pratique (in press)

Detailed reference viewed: 30 (6 UL)
Full Text
See detailDroit luxembourgeois et européen de l'Asile
Chaouche, Fatima UL; Gerkrath, Jörg UL; Silga, Janine UL et al

Book published by Pasicrisie Luxembourg (2019)

"Droit luxembourgeois et européen de l'asile" est un ouvrage collectif consacré à l'étude du droit de la protection internationale au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. Fondé sur une analyse thématique de la ... [more ▼]

"Droit luxembourgeois et européen de l'asile" est un ouvrage collectif consacré à l'étude du droit de la protection internationale au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. Fondé sur une analyse thématique de la légilsation pertinente, cet ouvrage apporte un éclairage critique des différentes étapes d'une demande de protection internatinale, de son dépôt par le candidat à l'asile à l'adoption d'une décision finale par le ministre compétent. Il est ainsi question d'aborder aussi bien les démarches antérieures et ultérieures à la décision ministérielle d'octroi ou de refus de la protection internationale comme celles relatives à l'accès aux conditions matérielles d'accueil, le droit à l'assistance judiciaire, la détermination de l'âge des jeunes candidats à l'asile, l'accès au marché du travail, les modalités liées au regroupement familial et le sort des déboutés. Le contentieux de la protection internationale fait également l'objet d'analyses approfondies. Cette étude est ainsi l'occasion de mettre en évidence l'évolution et les tensions rencontrées aussi bien dans la jurisprudence administrative luxembourgeoise que dans la jurisprudence européenne (CJUE) et internationale (CourEDH). La diversité des auteurs de cet ouvrage collectif (avocats, magistrats, chercheurs, administrations, ONG, psychologues) apporte une expertise interdisciplinaire permettant de mieux appréhender et questionner le droit de l'asile. Digiré par des chercheurs issus de la Faculté de Droit, d'Économie et de Finance de l'Université du Luxembourg, cet ouvrage collectif se révèlera un outil indispensable aussi bien pour les chercheurs, les praticiens du droit que pour les étudiants. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 233 (57 UL)
See detailThe Fragmentation of Migrant Workers’ Status and Regularisation: A Legal “Taboo”?
Silga, Janine UL

Scientific Conference (2018, September 04)

Detailed reference viewed: 24 (3 UL)
Full Text
See detailPortability of Student Benefits in the European Union - The Luxembourg System
Silga, Janine UL

E-print/Working paper (2018)

Since its creation, Luxembourg’s system of financial aid for higher (university) studies has set as its primary objective the increase of the proportion of its resident population holding a higher ... [more ▼]

Since its creation, Luxembourg’s system of financial aid for higher (university) studies has set as its primary objective the increase of the proportion of its resident population holding a higher education degree. However, the fact that Luxembourg did not have its own university system until 2003 made this country even more dependent on other European countries to fulfil this policy objective. This explains why the portability of national financial assistance for higher education was crucial to achieve it. In the European Union (EU) context, the portability – or exportability – of student grants or loans may be defined as the faculty for students to ‘export’ such benefits to a Member State that is different from the one which allocates them. Portability is also the reason why the Luxembourg system falls into the scope of EU law, since it may interfere with equal treatment between workers all the more so, as frontier workers account for more than 45% of the country’s labour force. These peculiarities provide the background for the three decisions of the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) on the portability of financial aid for higher studies for children of frontier workers that lie at the heart of this paper. It will start by briefly highlighting the evolution of Luxembourg’s system of financial aid for higher education and present its main features. Then, it will show that despite the recent clarifications given by the CJEU in the last two cases of 2016, several issues remain unanswered, both from an EU and national law perspective. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 52 (6 UL)
Full Text
Peer Reviewed
See detailLe droit au regroupement familial des réfugiés mineurs non accompagnés devenus majeurs: l’affaire A et S, entre progrès incontestable et portée relative
Silga, Janine UL

in European Papers (2018)

In its decision A and S (judgment of 12 April 2018, case C-550/16, A et S v. Staatssecretaris van Veiligheid en Justitie), the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled – for the first time – on the ... [more ▼]

In its decision A and S (judgment of 12 April 2018, case C-550/16, A et S v. Staatssecretaris van Veiligheid en Justitie), the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled – for the first time – on the relevant date for assessing the minority of an unaccompanied minor who reaches the age of majority in the course of their application for international protection. In this case, a young refugee had introduced an application for international protection while she was still minor of age but subsequently attained the age of majority during the procedure. In accordance with Art. 10, para. 3, let. a), of directive 2003/86 on the right to family reunification, she then applied for temporary residence permits for her relatives in the direct ascending line for the purposes of family reunification. Although she was granted asylum and thus fell within the scope of chapter V of directive 2003/86 laying down more favourable conditions for the family reunification of refugees, the directive was silent on whether she could have benefited from such conditions retroactively. Following its AG in this case, the Court avoided a formalistic interpretation and rather opted for a teleological approach of the more protective provisions of directive 2003/86. By doing so, it allowed their retroactive application to the young refugee and her parents. Through its interpretation, the Court restated its firm intention to protect the best interests of children – including third-country nationals – in the context of family reunification. Although it shows a definitely protective approach, the concrete impact of this decision appears to be somewhat limited in scope. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 81 (12 UL)
Full Text
Peer Reviewed
See detailThe Fragmentation of Reception Conditions for Asylum Seekers in the European Union: Protecting Fundamental Rights or Preventing Long-Term Integration?
Silga, Janine UL

in Freedom, Security & Justice: European Legal Studies (2018), (3), 87-115

This article investigates the unequal treatment of asylum seekers across the European Union (EU). In particular, this article explores the way in which Directive 2013/33/EU (the “Reception Conditions ... [more ▼]

This article investigates the unequal treatment of asylum seekers across the European Union (EU). In particular, this article explores the way in which Directive 2013/33/EU (the “Reception Conditions Directive”) itself allows for the creation of different categories of asylum seekers who enjoy variable reception conditions as a result. This runs counter the stated objective of the Reception Conditions Directive to harmonise reception conditions in the EU. The fragmented treatment of asylum seekers has become more acute with the current “refugee crisis”, which has highlighted the deficiencies inherent in the reception system created by the Reception Conditions Directive. This article hypothesises that this is caused by the underlying double objective of the EU reception system, namely, to protect the fundamental rights of asylum seekers, while preventing secondary movements within the EU. Examining both the situation at the EU level and in three EU Member States, the article shows the particular challenges of the EU reception system grappling with its seemingly irreconcilable double objective. In the end, the article concludes by pointing out the risk of dismantling asylum by giving in to migration management objectives in the current context. [less ▲]

Detailed reference viewed: 32 (6 UL)
Peer Reviewed
See detailLa Protection de la Victime Contre la Haine Raciale: Le Point de Vue de la Victime
Silga, Janine UL

in Bentouhami, Hourya; Möschel, Mathias (Eds.) Critical Race Theory : une introduction aux grands textes fondateurs (2017)

Detailed reference viewed: 19 (2 UL)
See detailMigrant Workers and Illegality - A European Perspective
Silga, Janine UL

Presentation (2015, June 30)

Detailed reference viewed: 9 (1 UL)
Peer Reviewed
See detailL'intégration des migrations au développement
Silga, Janine UL

in Goodwin-Gill, Guy S.; Weckel, Philippe (Eds.) Protection des migrants et des réfugiés au XXIe siècle - Aspects de droit international, Migration and Refugee Protection in the 21st Century - International Legal Aspects (2015)

Detailed reference viewed: 52 (3 UL)